Warren S. Brown
Brown is professor of psychology and director of the Lee Travis Research Institute at the Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary. He is a research neuropsychologist/neuroscientist interested in the cognitive and psychosocial impact of a congenital brain malformation (agenesis of the corpus callosum and hemispherectomy), and has coauthored over eighty peer-reviewed scientific articles. He is also the author or editor of four books on neuroscience and philosophy/religion (Whatever Happened to the Soul, edited with Nancey Murphy and H. Newton Malony; Did My Neurons Make Me Do It?, with Nancey Murphy; Neuroscience, Psychology and Religion, with Malcolm Jeeves; Physical Nature of Christian Life, with Brad Strawn; and Enhancing Christian Life, with Brad Strawn.
Contributions to Catalyst
Extended Christian Life and the Church, on Apr 21, 2021